Vestor Realty Consultants provides property appraisal reports for intended uses* that include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Lending
  • Property-tax appeals
  • Asset allocation
  • Marital dissolutions (Example)
  • Gift, trust and estate planning (Example)
  • Bankruptcy and foreclosures
  • Insurable value
  • Easement issues (Example)
  • Damage impact
  • Zoning
  • Partial interests
  • Condemnation issues
  • Property acquisitions and sales
  • Basis for exchanges
  • Market rent opinions (Example)

* The intended use typically is the reason for the appraisal that the appraiser identifies after discussing the scope of the project with the client. The intended users are the client and other parties relying upon the appraisal. The intended use and the intended users drive the depth of content, the level of information communicated, and the type of appraisal report chosen.